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Guy Language: English Copyright: 1988. The comparative study of public policy once promised to make major contributions to our understanding of government. The first is personnel—the number and type of people who work for government. Comparing Public Bureaucracies seeks to understand why. Author by : Donald P. Much of that promise now appears unfulfilled.

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Comparing Public Bureaucracies: Problems of Theory and Method. B. Guy Peters

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What accounts for this decline in intellectual fortunes and change in intellectual fashion? What accounts for this decline in intellectual fortunes and change in intellectual fashion? Comparing Public Bureaucracies seeks to understand why. What accounts for this decline in intellectual fortunes and change in intellectual fashion? The concluding chapter draws extensive theoretical implications from the empirical findings of the study. Third, the behavior of members is obviously important for understanding what actually happens in government—such as the extents to which bureaucracies approximate the budget-maximizing behavior posited by economists. The book also discusses traditional theories of bureaucracy, theories emphasizing the importance of environment for organizational theory is possible. Ginally, the relative power of civil servants in the policymaking process is a major factor in institutional politics in contemporary industrial societies.

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comparing public bureaucracies peters b guy

One of the principal answers is that there is no readily accepted and dependent variable that would allow comparative public administration to conform to the usual canons of social research. Second, the number and type of organizations that form government can suggest a great deal about the structure of government. Normal0falsefalsefalseMicrosoftInternetExplorer4 The comparative study of public policy once promised to make major contributions to our understanding of government. Author by : Marshall W. Third, the behaviorof members is obviously important for understanding what actually happens in government-such as the extents to which bureaucracies approximate the budget-maximizing behavior posited by economists. Lectures delivered by the author in 1986 at The University of Alabama. Second, the number and type of organizations that form government can suggest a great deal about the structure of government.

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Comparing public bureaucracies : problems of theory and method (Book, 1988) [www.dinstinct.com]

comparing public bureaucracies peters b guy

The concluding chapter draws extensive theoretical implications from the empirical findings of the study. Peters discusses four possible dependent variables for comparative public administration. Category: Political Science Author : Donald P. It focuses on bureaucracy and bureaucratic politics in developing and industrialized countries and emphasizing administrative performance and policy implementation, as well as political system maintenance and regime enhancement. Much of that promise now appears unfulfilled. Written by a leading authority in the field, it offers an extensive, well documented, comparative analysis stressing the effects of politics and organised interests on bureaucracy.

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The Politics Of Bureaucracy by B. Guy Peters

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Discussing the development and contribution of public administration education, research, and professional associations, the book covers decentralization and deregulation, institutional arrangement and support, and cooperation between public and nonprofit organizations. Peters discusses four possible dependent variables for comparative public administration. The first is personnel—the number and type of people who work for government. Lectures delivered by the author in 1986 at The University of Alabama. Third, the behavior of members is obviously important for understanding what actually happens in government—such as the extents to which bureaucracies approximate the budget-maximizing behavior posited by economists.

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comparing public bureaucracies peters b guy

Using the longitudinal method of analysis, the data show organizational structures to be much less stable than conventional stereotypes have suggested. Discussing the development and contribution of public administration education, research, and professional associations, the book covers decentralization and deregulation, institutional arrangement and support, and cooperation between public and nonprofit organizations. Much of that promise now appears unfulfilled. In contrast, comparative public policy has a ready-made dependent variable in public expenditure. The book covers the history of public administration and bureaucracy in Persia, Greece, Rome, and Byzantium and among the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayas, public administration in small island states, Eastern Europe, and ethics and other contemporary issues in public administration.

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The Politics Of Bureaucracy by B. Guy Peters

comparing public bureaucracies peters b guy

The comparative study of public policy once promised to make major contributions to our understanding of government. The book covers the history of public administration and bureaucracy in Persia, Greece, Rome, and Byzantium and among the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayas, public administration in small island states, Eastern Europe, and ethics and other contemporary issues in public administration. The first is personnel—the number and type of people who work for government. Author by : Larry D. Ginally, the relative power of civil servants in the policymaking process is a major factor in institutional politics in contemporary industrial societies. In contrast, comparative public policy has a ready-made dependent variable in public expenditure. Using the longitudinal method of analysis, the data show organizational structures to be much less stable than conventional stereotypes have suggested.

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comparing public bureaucracies peters b guy

Summary Note: summary text provided by external source. Guy Peters - Brigham Young University. Normal0falsefalsefalseMicrosoftInternetExplorer4 The comparative study of public policy once promised to make major contributions to our understanding of government. In contrast, comparative public policy has a ready-made dependent variable in public expenditure. What accounts for this decline in intellectual fortunes and change in intellectual fashion? Routledge is proud to publish the fifth edition of this comprehensive, comparative exploration of the political and policy-making roles of public bureaucracies in nations around the world. The book also discusses traditional theories of bureaucracy, theories emphasizing the importance of environment for organizational theory is possible.

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One of the principal answers is that there is no readily accepted and dependent variable that would allow comparative public administration to conform to the usual canons of social research. Peters discusses four possible dependent variables for comparative public administration. Second, the number and type of organizationsthat form government can suggest a great deal about the structure of government. P42 1988 Literary form non fiction Nature of contents bibliography Label Comparing public bureaucracies : problems of theory and method, B. Third, the behavior of members is obviously important for understanding what actually happens in government--such as the extents to which bureaucracies approximate the budget-maximizing behavior posited by economists. Label Comparing public bureaucracies : problems of theory and method Title Comparing public bureaucracies Title remainder problems of theory and method Statement of responsibility B.

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